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Breaking News: Los Alamos Police Make Five Arrests Related To Possession Of Suspected Heroin

on February 20, 2015 - 5:24pm

Breaking News:

Los Alamos Police Department patrol officers have arrested five people since Tuesday related to possession of suspected heroin.

Commander Oliver Morris said that two of the arrests occured in White Rock and three arrests were made in Los Alamos,

The following suspects have been arrested:

Monica Cooper, 48, of Los Alamos

Charges:

Shoplifting

2 counts possession of a controlled substance

1 count possession of drug paraphernalia

Celso Ramos, 35, of Santa Cruz

Charges:

Trafficking a controlled substance

Possession of a controlled substance

Possession of drug paraphernalia

Deanna Doss, 28, of Santa Cruz

Charges:

Traficking of a controlled substance

Tampering with evidence

Possession of a controlled substance

Concealing Identity

David Mondragon, 34, of Santa Fe

Charges:

Trafficking a controlled substance

Bringing contraband into a place of imprisonment

3 counts of Poss. Of a controlled substance

Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia

Kayla Gomez, 28, of Santa Fe

Charges:

Trafficking a controlled substance

3 counts of Poss. Of a controlled substance

Poss. Of Drug Paraphernalia

“I want to thank two of our Patrol Shifts that were extra vigilant this week utilizing field investigative techniques to apprehend suspects related to the possession of suspected heroin in our community.  All officers involved were proactive in traffic stops and investigating suspicious behavior,” Commander Morris said.

B-Team                                C-Team

Sgt. J. Rodriguez               Sgt. M. Salazar-Casias

Cpl. T. Lonz                         Cpl. S. Simpson

Cpl. M. Lyon                       Cpl. J. Grondin

Cpl. J. Keane                      Cpl. D. Boe

Cpl. A. Jung                         Ofc. G. Nieto

“I also want to thank our Detention Officers who also were vigilant in keeping contraband from being brought into our facility related to these cases. The Los Alamos Police Department will continue to investigate all cases related to the trafficking of controlled substances in our community,” Commander Morris said.


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